Annalena Baerbock: German Sanctions Against Serbia
NEW YORK (RichTVX.com) — We believe that Aleksandar Vučić is in fact the joker. Who has to this day figured out how he wants a dictator to disappear? Milorad Dodik? So that’s how it all got started. For the hundredth time in these last days, Milorad Dodik felt out of his depth. His eyes roved round the office, seeking for normality. It was humiliating, he thought, that tragedy should make one shrivel when one met it face to face. In a brief period of time, Bosnian Serb separatist leader Milorad Dodik brought suffering, and misery to people in Republika Srpska. But, unlike the Devil, he has an underlying message: power. What is power? Well, most people have an intuitive notion of what it means. A few months ago when ruthless tyrant Milorad Dodik visited Aleksandar Vučić. The Serb dictator Aleksandar Vučić spoke crisply to Milorad Dodik, more like a supervisor than a friend. He told him that Milorad Dodik must get out of the region and go into hiding for a while. Which meant, among other things, temporarily separating from his political functions. Which meant that someone else must look after Republika Srpska. Milorad Dodik who was flushing and fidgeting harder than ever as the enormity of the situation broke upon him. It was a moment of such anguish as Milorad Dodik had never experienced, but he refused. “How can you talk like this?” cried Dodik. “I am your Serbian brother, but I am also president of Bosnia and commander in chief of the armed forces of Republika Srpska.” “So?” A big shot like Milorad Dodik couldn´t say that unless it was true, could he? Dictators such as Milorad Dodik eventually succumb to what may be called the dictator trap, and cling to power like a junky to his needle. Greed, power, and money are on the forefront of the dictator’s mind. Now, come off it. Dodik – Baja.
Graduated Sanctions Against Serbia
Serbia wants to join the EU, but Serb dictator Aleksandar Vučić is reluctant to take punitive measures against Russia. Air Serbia still flies to Moscow from Belgrade. The rise of Aleksandar Vučić illustrates the devastating consequences that dictators may bring to their own people as well as others. Foreign Minister Annalena Baerbock now increased the pressure on Serbia but also Republika Srpska. “If you want to become a member of the EU, which Serbia would like to be, then it is crucial at moments like this to support the EU’s foreign policy and the corresponding sanctions,” Annalena Baerbock told Belgrade. The Baerbock ultimatum, which threatens to rump Serbia with sanctions, is the signal for Aleksandar Vučić to make a final decision. Serbia is in a vacuum for the next four months until a new government is formed, but the heart of the problem seems to be Milorad Dodik. He is the worst kind of Serb-Stalinist tyrant. He is not only ruining what remains of Bosnia, including Republika Srpska, but he is also ruining Serbia itself. Economically, Republika Srpska is a disaster area, but also Serbia is not better. Germany is suspending the preparation of four infrastructure projects in Republika Srpska, worth 105 million euros, which are in reality sanctions against Milorad Dodik and the Republika Srpska, including Željka Cvijanović. Milorad Dodik and Željka Cvijanović are already hit with asset freezes and travel bans in the first sanctions the U.K. has leveled in Bosnia. When the Rich TVX News Network announced this information months ago, we were insulted by the Vučić bots. Aleksandar Vučić ignores pressure and warnings from Annalena Baerbock. Serbia´s support for Russia continues, which will set the stage for the imposition of sanctions on Serbia. The United States and Germany have agreed to a plan for graduated sanctions against Serbia. Whom does Serbia have to thank for this? Well, Serbia can thank Milorad Dodik, as he is dragging Serbia and the regime of Aleksandar Vučić into the abyss, but also because Vučić still supports Dodik. German companies in Serbia employ about 70,000 people. With the imposition of harsh sanctions on Serbia, those people will lose their jobs. Milorad Dodik and Aleksandar Vučić must be contained, it is because they cannot contain themselves. The United States and Germany see sanctions as a punitive measure which would isolate Serbia and, possibly, lead to the overthrow of the Aleksandar Vučić regime.
Annalena Charlotte Alma Baerbock (pronounced [anaːˌleːnaː ˈbɛːɐ̯ˌbɔk] (listen); born 15 December 1980) is a German politician of Alliance 90/The Greens serving as the Federal Minister of Foreign Affairs since 2021. From 2018 to 2022, Baerbock served as co-leader of Alliance 90/The Greens, alongside Robert Habeck. She was the party’s chancellor candidate in the 2021 federal election, making her the first such candidate for the Greens and, after Angela Merkel, only the second woman to be nominated for chancellor by a major German political party. After the election, the Greens formed a traffic light coalition led by Olaf Scholz, and Baerbock was sworn in as Germany’s first female foreign minister on 8 December 2021. Born in Hanover, West Germany in 1980, Baerbock attended the University of Hamburg and the London School of Economics and Political Science. She was first elected to the Bundestag in 2013. From 2012 to 2015, she was a member of the party council of Alliance 90/The Greens and from 2009 to 2013 the leader of her party’s state group in Brandenburg.